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I’ve just downloaded the FMOD API, built the plugin examples. Copied fmod_noiseL.dll and fmod_noiseL64.dll into the fmod plugins folder. Opened FMOD. Created a new audio track. Right-clicked on the track, Add Plugin-Sound, but the only plugins showing are the included ones. The screenshot below illustrates the problem. Note that the gain plugins do not show in the Add-effects menu either. I’m using the very latest FMOD Studio and Low-level API. Both were downloaded earlier today. Any ideas? Surely I’m doing something wrong!

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  • Thuan Seah Tan

    Hi,

    Typically you only need one of the dll depending if you have installed the 32 bit or 64 bit version of Studio. I tested the setup on our end and it works fine. Are you using Visual Studio? You can get more information if you open the console via Window->Console. If you can provide a screen capture of the log that would help.

  • Rory

    It seems having both versions of the dll in my plugins folder was causing the problem. They show up when I remove the 32bit ones. Thanks for the help.

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The solution, thanks to Thuan Seah Tan, is to place only the plugin dlls that match the fmod studio architecture. I’m using fmod 64bit, so once I removed the 32bit dlls everything works fine.

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